In its natural habitat, E. pellita is found in open forest formation with a large number of other Eucalyptus species, in tall sclerophyll forest and at the margins of rainforests.
The tree grows mainly on gentle to moderately sloping topography, although it is found, to a limited extent, on steep, well-drained slopes of large ridges and even alongside small streams in the drier and hotter parts of its occurrence.
On bare rock above beaches, it may be reduced to a bushy shrub. It grows quickly in humid and subhumid, tropical lowland regions and requires uniform to summer rainfall. The species is frost resistant
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